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BOS Agenda August 2009


Dallas O. Jones, Chairman, Drewryville District
Walter L. Young, Jr., Vice-Chairman, Franklin District
Walter D. Brown, III, Newsoms District
Carl J. Faison, Boykins District
Anita T. Felts, Jerusalem District
Ronald M. West, Berlin-Ivor District
Moses Wyche, Capron District

Southampton County Board of Supervisors Regular Session - August 24, 2009

Call to Order Chairman Jones

Pledge of Allegiance All

Invocation Supervisor Faison

1. Approval of Minutes - Regular Session, July 27, 2009

2. Highway Matters - Joe Lomax, Residency Administrator

A. Economic Development Access Road Resolution
B. Amendment of Six-Year Plan
C. Highway Concerns

3. Reports

A. Financial Report
B. Sheriff’s Office

• Communication Center Activities
• EMS and Fire Department Activities
• Traffic Tickets
• Civil Papers

C. Animal Control
D. Litter Control
E. Building Permits
F. New Housing Starts
G. Treasurer’s Report
H. Delinquent Tax Collection
I. Solid Waste Quantities
J. Personnel

4. Financial Matters - Railey & Railly Bill

Bill List 1 - Bill List 2 - Bill List 3 - Bill List 4

5. Appointments

B. Census 2010 - Complete Count Committee

6. Capital Funding Request - Drewryville Volunteer Fire Department

7. Amended Resolution Of Local Support For The Utilization Of Industrial Access Railroad Track Funds - Greenwood RRST, LLC

8. Public Hearings (9:00 a.m.)

A. Ordinance AmendmentArticle II, Chapter 9 of the Southampton County Code as it relates to elimination of the requirement to purchase and display annual license decals
B. Ordinance AmendmentSection 1-13 of the Southampton County Code Imposing a Fee of $2 in all Civil Cases for Construction, Renovation, or Maintenance, of the Courthouse, Jail and Court-Related Facilities
C. Ordinance AmendmentSection 15-101 of the Southampton County Code Exempting Family Subdivisions Which Fail to Meet the Minimum Acreage Requirements Necessary to Continue to Qualify for the Special Land Use Assessment from Roll-Back Taxes; and
D. ResolutionSupporting Legislation to Include the Blackwater River from Proctor’s Bridge to its Confluence with the Nottoway River at the North Carolina Line as a Component of the State Scenic River System

9. Project Update on Development of the Turner Tract - Joe Hines, P.E. Timmons Group

10. Emergency Notification Service - Chris Higgs, Code-Red Emergency Communications

11. National Historic Register Nominations Project Kickoff Presentation for the Southampton Courthouse, Rochelle-Prince House and Sebrell Rural Historic - District Dutton + Associates

12. Request for Resolution of Support and Funding for the Green Jobs Alliance

13. Consideration of a Resolution Creating Liens to Secure Expenses Associated with Enforcement of Section 10-48 of the Southampton County Code: Weeds, Grass and Unhealthy Growth

14. Miscellaneous

A. Posting of Extension Agent Position
B. Heritage Day
C. Agreement/Note w/ Fair Board Foundation for Loan to Install Air Conditioning in the Exhibition Building at the Southampton Fairgrounds
D. Environmental Notices
E. Correspondence - Incoming Correspondence - Outgoing Correspondence
F. Articles of Interest

15. Late Arriving Matters


16. Closed Meeting in accordance with § 2.2-3711 (A) (5) and (7), Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended


17. Certification Resolution



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